The secret to a shiny sink.

Once upon a time, in a small farm house, in suburbia Spring, a handsome prince aka Bear   : ) walked into the kitchen of his lovely bride.  I had just finished cleaning everything in the kitchen and I was pleasantly satisfied with my job.  However the handsome prince was not very impressed with my job of cleaning the kitchen sink.  He went out to his truck and brought back a can of what I thought was Commet but in a gold can.   I said I already used Soft Soap on the sink, he quickly corrected me saying every kitchen should have a can of Bar Keepers Friend.  You see this is the key to polishing up any porcelain, stainless, or cast iron sink.  My grandmother’s 35 year old sink full of scratches from years of use looked brand new after Bear cleaned it with his secret gold can.

As I sat down to write this and came up with the title Bear said.  Bar Keepers Friend is not just for kitchen sinks, it is good for getting hard water stains out of toilets, showers, bathtubs, etc.  If you have never used Bar Keepers Friend I would love to follow up on this post with some before and after pictures, if any of you would be willing to share.  In the mean time I am going to be digging through my old pictures so I can show you the old kitchen sink from my Grandmother’s little farm house.

About theplumbersbride

Born & raised in Houston TX Devoted wife of a master plumber and mother of three. One of my favorite quotes is. Those who bring sunshine into the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves.
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3 Responses to The secret to a shiny sink.

  1. llmcelroy1970 says:

    Where do you buy this?

    Date: Tue, 21 Aug 2012 16:00:29 +0000 To:

  2. Kim Sly says:

    Great product! Thanks for the recommendation!

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